Contactless payment limit increased to cut cash use.
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There are certain countries where when you pay with a contactless card and the payment is above a certain limit the terminal asks for the card's PIN. If I register a real Revolut credit card with Garmin Pay, do I have to enter this real card's PIN code in this case? Will it work? (Note: I'm not talking about the pin you enter on the watch when.
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The vast majority of shops accept contactless cards and both Mastercard and Visa have set targets for terminals in every UK shop to accept contactless payments by 2020. London commuters can use contactless cards through the entire transport network and Stagecoach has introduced contactless payments on its buses.
UK-based neobank Revolut has implemented a Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) system that lets customers use their mobile banking app to authenticate their contactless card as they get close to reaching the new contactless transaction limit, avoiding the risk of having their card declined when they next attempt to make an in-store purchase.
The UK has joined other countries around the world in lifting the ceiling for contactless card payments, enabling customers to make more payments without touching card terminals or handling cash.
Contactless cards need to be authorised occasionally by using chip and pin or by using them in an ATM. You can do a maximum of 5 consecutive Contactless transactions, when you reach this limit you will need to use chip and pin to reset the counter. This limit is set forth by The Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2). You can find more.